Comparing prices for your mobile phone has potentially gained you an extra £2 cash and by recycling your mobile phone you're also doing your bit for the environment!
To the right we list our Top Recommended Deal and below that we show all the mobile phone recyclers who will pay you to recycle your old Apple mobile phone.
If you were one of the people who eagerly queued up to get your hands on the latest iPhone 3G, we're sure that you were absolutely over the moon when you finally got to open that box and see it in its glory. Maybe you were one of the first people who managed to get hold of the brand new white version. But whichever colour you chose, we're sure you'll have been happy browsing the app store to choose what to add to your phone, and enjoyed taking photos with the 2MP camera. However, we're also sure that no matter how pleased you were to finally get to grips with this little baby, that you're not using it anymore - although if you are - kudos to you, you certainly know how to make your mobile phones last! But, for the vast majority of us, we want the latest version, the latest model and the latest technology, so we're willing to bet that if you still have an iPhone 3G 8GB, it'll will be lying somewhere in your house all lost and forlorn and unused.
While normally, we'd be raving about how much you could get if you sell your old phone to a phone recycling company, in the case of this version of the iPhone, we can't even promise you a quid. However, what we can promise you, is that if you send your old iPhone 3G 8GB to one of the phone recyclers listed on this page, then you'll be doing your bit for the environment by recycling your phone responsibly. What's more, it won't cost you a penny to do it. All our phone recyclers will send you pre-paid packaging, so all you have to do is parcel it up and put it in the post.
While you can see, that you will get some recompense for your old iPhone, it's not really going to go far in terms of spending power. So when you do receive your payment, whether you choose to have it transferred direct into your bank account or your Paypal account, why not donate it to charity, and you'll done your bit for the environment and a needy cause as well?